Definition of Physician-patient privilege
1. Noun. The right of a physician to refuse to divulge confidential information from a patient without the consent of the patient.
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Literary usage of Physician-patient privilege
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1. Financial Investigations: A Financial Approach to Detecting and Resolving Crimesby Don Vogel by Don Vogel (1999)
"Physician/Patient Many state courts recognize the physician/patient privilege, although Federal courts generally have not approved it.8 Accountant/Client ..."
2. Automated Data Sources for Ambulatory Care Effectiveness Research edited by Mary L. Grady, Harvey A. Schwartz (1995)
"The Ohio physician-patient privilege: Modified, revised, and defined. Ohio State Law Journal, 49,1147-1174. Westin, AF (1978). Computers, health records ..."
3. Medical Marijuana Referenda Movement in America: Hearing Before the edited by Bill McCollum (2001)
"C. In addition to other exceptions lo the physician-patient privilege, information communicated to a ..."
4. Ethics and National Defense: The Timeless Issues by James C. Gaston (1994)
"DD Knoll, "The Physician-Patient Privilege, Article 31, and the Military Doctor," Military Medicine 136 (July 1971): ..."